Frommer's Irreverent Guides: Paris

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Macmillan, Apr 1, 1996 - Travel - 224 pages
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These are complete guides with categories that include:
-- Hotels for people who hate tour groups and conventioneers
-- Hotels for visitors who confuse cash and class
-- Hotels for people who wear black clothes
-- Hotels for people with old money
-- Hotels for people with new money
-- Restaurants to revitalize a 27-year-old marriage
-- Must-sees for visitors from Minsk
-- Best free Happy Hour munchies
-- Top leather bars
-- And much, much more!

This is a totally fresh, new approach to travel writing for the sophisticated, young-spirited traveler who is tired of the fatuous cliches and dry promotional fluff that passes for guidebook writing today. Travel books will never be the same again!

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George McDonald is a former deputy editor of and currently contributing writer for "Holland Herald," the in-flight magazine for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Now a freelance journalist and travel writer, he has written extensively about Amsterdam and the Netherlands for international magazines and for travel books that include "Frommer's Amsterdam; Frommer's Portable Amsterdam; Frommer's Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg; Frommer's Europe; Frommer's Europe from $70 a Day;" and "Frommer's Europe by Rail." He is also the author of "Frommer's Brussels & Bruges with Ghent & Antwerp.

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